On Friday 05 August 2005 21:27, Lee Revell wrote:
WINE is very useful for crossover environments and the work that has been done
in this area is awesome, but IMO a potential distraction. Native GNU/Linux
tools using common protocols and standards (like ALSA/JACK/LADSPA) are the
way to go, otherwise we will simply maintain our reliance on proprietary
vendors. The day I can afford this entry-level Windows software, I shall be
sending my money to the LADs with feature requests instead. I find it a much
better investment of my time and energy right now.
Obviously YMMV, but it does have to be said.